Apple iMac 2020 specifications include 10th generation Intel processors and Radeon Pro 5000

Apple 27-inch iMac 2020 comes with the latest generation CPU and GPU. The CPU being used is the 10th generation Core processor, and in addition to 6 cores and 8 cores, 10 cores were added to the options. The maximum clock for Turbo Boost is 5GHz, which is 25 to 65% faster for creative applications than the previous generation model. In addition, assuming the use of applications with a high memory load, 128GB can be selected, which doubles the memory capacity of conventional products.

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Macbook with Apple Processor will be released in Q4 2020

For years we have been hearing that Apple also wants to manufacture the processors for its computers and that moment could be very close. Keep in mind that this is not a major change since the processors that Apple manufactures are based on the ARM architecture, and the Intel processors of current Macs have the X86 architecture. This is quite a challenge full of obstacles and, also, of advantages that we have already analyzed, but basically this change in architecture would mean that all the programs and apps designed for the current Mac would not be compatible with the new processors, unless Apple launch a tool that allows it. This jump was not possible until now since x86 processors were much more powerful than ARMs, however this distance has been drastically reduced in recent years and we know that Apple is already able to match the current power of Intel processors with its A series processors. And for this reason the launch of a Mac with an ARM processor is really close, and Ming-Chi Kuo has just revealed that we could see it this year. In a note released by one of Apple's top analysts, Ming-Chi Kuo, and echoed by MacRumors, the analyst says Apple is considering launching MacBook models with its own custom processors in the fourth quarter of 2020. or the first quarter of 2021. Kuo did not say whether these will be MacBook Pro models, MacBook Air models, or both, or neither (will the defunct 12-inch MacBook be resurrected?). Kuo has not revealed more information about this new device so we really do not know much more, however it seems that the start of the change is very close. In addition to this, the analyst also thinks that Apple will introduce a completely new design MacBook in the second or third quarter of 2021, but again, we don't know if it will be a Pro or Air model. The last major significant redesign of the MacBook Pro came in October 2016, while the MacBook Air received a major redesign in October 2018, following the lines released by its older brother. In addition to this we could see two new models, both MacBook Air and MacBook Pro very soon. These new models would not change much of their design, but would include the new generation of keyboard that already includes the recently presented 16-inch MacBook Pro. As we see, many news related to Apple laptops await us throughout this year and next year, although all this is likely to be canceled or delayed, and more so seeing the danger that the coronavirus is currently causing. The new MacBook with ARM would be the first stone of the way to become independent from Intel and that Apple can much better schedule the launch of its devices. Right now Apple depends on Intel to launch new processors, which often hardly represent a noticeable improvement, in a few years Apple will control everything in a similar way as it does on iPhone and iPad.

For years we have been hearing that Apple also wants to manufacture the processors for its computers and that moment could be very close. Keep in mind that this is not a major change since the processors that Apple manufactures are based on the ARM architecture, and the Intel processors of current Macs have the X86 architecture.

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Apple Mac Pro with 1.5 TB of RAM can open 6000 Chrome tabs simultaneously

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The latest Apple Mac Pro are, more than ever, designed for professionals, and among the hardware configuration options they give you can put up to 1.5 TB of RAM. But what to do with such memory? Given the reputation that Google Chrome has of consuming all the available RAM in the system, they have been quick to test it. Can a Mac Pro with 1.5 TB of RAM support 6,000 open Chrome tabs?

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DRmare M4V Converter for Mac Review – iTunes DRM removal tool

Ever wondered why you cannot play the song you downloaded on iTunes on your android phone? The culprit behind this is DRM which stands for digital rights management. This prevents unauthorized distribution of the songs and movies that are downloaded via iTunes. However, some developers have churned out tools that let you get away with such copyright protection. The best one out there is DRmare M4V Converter that is available for both Mac and Windows operating systems.

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Pal app review: Find new friends with same interests

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Pal is a new application available for both iPhone and Android that lets you find and meet new friends according to the friends that have same interests as yours. This is great if your existing friends don’t have time, interests, you can find new ones on the Pal app. For instance, if none of your friends like sports, you can find and meet new friends that like sports.

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